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Appeal: Costs brought against appellant for ‘evolving’ housing scheme through appeals process


An inspector has ordered a developer to pay costs for using the appeals process to ‘evolve’ its application to build 60 homes on brownfield land in Staffordshire instead of submitting a fresh application.

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